|A beautiful reflection of the Christmas lights on the pond|
|An area had an underwater theme with coral and jellyfish|
The staff at the gardens put the show together every year and use over 1 million of them! There's a pond near the entrance where some of the lights move to Christmas music, and nearby a garden area was transformed into an underwater one complete with glowing jellyfish and coral.
|A tree decorated with red umbrellas!|
One tree nearby had green lights and then decorated with red lights that outlined umbrellas! If they were yellow they would have taken on a very interesting meaning!
This year the garden expanded to add a few more stops, a sound room where people could bang on drums, ring bells and wood chimes. Another was a light room and people could light up trees nearby by having their hands hover over sensors.
Since it was so cold, there were long lines for hot apple cider, fresh doughnuts and popcorn.
|The brilliant display had many photographers out in force|
This year Bloedel Conservatory at Queen Elizabeth Park has an "Enchanted Nights at Bloedel" that we may check out for free with our VanDusen tickets...